Jay Spitulnik

PhD, EdM

Director, Health Informatics Graduate Program; Associate Teaching Professor

Public Health and Health Sciences


Jay Spitulnik is the Director of the interdisciplinary Master of Science in Health Informatics program. He brings a wealth of experience from corporate learning and the healthcare industry to Northeastern. Jay earned his BA and EdM from Boston University and his PhD in Organizational Psychology from Walden University.

Selected Publications

Spitulnik, J. J. (2006a). Cognitive development needs and performance in an aging workforce. Organization Development Journal, 24, 44-53.

Spitulnik, J. J. (2019). Physician collaboration and improving health care team patient safety culture: A quantitative approach. (PhD), Walden University, Minneapolis, MN.

Hubble, A., & Spitulnik, J. (2016). Considerations for the occasional project manager. Performance Improvement, 55 (7), 15-20.


Project Management

Statistics for Health Science

Health Informatics Capstone Project

American Healthcare System

Selected Public Service

Member of Board of Directors, Society of Participatory Medicine (SPM)

Member of Editorial Board of Journal of Participatory Medicine (JOPM)

of Board of Directors of New England Association for Healthcare Quality (NEAHQ)